Coaching Courses

Coaches play a very important and satisfying role in the sport of Touch Football. Coaches have the ability to help their players develop sport specific skills, perform to their best ability, increase confidence and maximise the value of the sport. Becoming an accredited coach is an important step in ensuring that you are providing a quality service to the participants you are working with. The following table outlines four-tier accreditation system linked to the AIS Development model FTEM. 

 

Course Name

Duration and Format (approx)

Pre-Requisite

Course Outline

 

Foundation   

 

7 Hours face to face workshop

 

ASC Community Coaching General Principles Online Course

Go to  https://learning.ausport.gov.au/ and register to login and complete the Community Coaching Principles Online Course. 

 

Foundation Participant Information Outline

 

Talent

 

8 Hours face to face workshop

 

 

Foundation Coach Accreditation

 

Talent Participant
Information Outline

 

Elite

 

8 Hours face to face workshop

 

Talent Coach Accreditation (12 months)
ASC Intermediate General Principles Course (details provided at time of registration)

 

 

 

Mastery

 

Currently in development

 

 

Currently in development

 

 

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